Louisiana Monroe names Bryant Vincent head coach

Former New Mexico offensive coordinator Bryant Vincent was named head coach at Louisiana Monroe on Tuesday.Vincent, 48, compiled a 7-6 record as the interim coach at UAB during the 2022 season.He replaces Terry Bowden, fired last month after going 10-26 in three seasons with the Warhawks — 2-10 in 2023.”We are fired up to welcome Coach Bryant Vincent to our Warhawk family and lead ULM football,” athletic director John Hartwell said in a news release. “Coach Vincent is bringing passion, positivity and a proven plan to guide our football program to levels of success we have not seen since becoming an FBS program.”He is a relationship guy, and that will resonate with our student-athletes, prospective recruits, his coaching staff, the University, Northeast Louisiana and all of Warhawk Nation.”Vincent’s New Mexico offense finished in the top 20 nationally in red-zone offense (14th) and rushing (19th) in his first season with the Lobos in 2023.ULM will introduce Vincent at a news conference Wednesday at 11 a.m. CT.